List of Anti-vaccine doctors Part 1

  1. David Ayoub – A radiologist who is neither an expert in autism nor toxicology and believes the illuminati is using vaccines as a means of population control.
  2. Nancy Banks – Anti-Semitic HIV/AIDS denialist and holocaust denier who has no background in infectious diseases, has never done research, and only made self-published books.
  3. Toni Bark – A homeopath (see Note 2) who is an expert in hypnotherapy and sells many “quality” health and beauty products on her blog.
  4. Russel Blaylock – A retired neurosurgeon who became a scam artist. Despite having no experimental foundation for any of his claims, he promotes himself as an expert from vaccination to chemtrails (see Note 1). He charges ($48-$54) for his opinion pieces and sells a supplement called the Brain Repair Formula to exploit money from people who are at risk or have Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. He’s also into cancer quackery.
  5. Mary Ann Block – An osteopathic “physician” who promotes homeopathy (see Note 2). She’s also affiliated with Generation Rescue, which is organization that once pandered MMS, industrial bleach, as an autism “treatment” () and wants to take autism out of the DSM because she doesn’t understand the DSM lists neurological, psychological, and behavioral disorders.
  6. Jeff Bradstreet – An ex-minister who became a full-on quack and pandered multiple unproven “treatments” for multiple diseases/conditions. He killed himself to avoid prosecution from the FDA. One of these “treatments” includes using exorcism to “cure” autism.
  7. Kelly Brogan – A holistic “psychiatrist” for women’s health who is an HIV denier. She also tried to inform people with diabetes to avoid insulin. If you doubt her medical knowledge, just give her all of your money buying her water filtration system, sauna, mattress, etc.
  8. David Brownstein – A holistic “practitioner” who panders that iodine deficiency causes everything. Fortunately, you can buy iodine supplements and other quackery items on his online store.
  9. Rashid Buttar – An osteopath who was reprimanded by the North Carolina State Medical Board for a decade’s worth of medical misconduct involving cancer patients and children with autism, but, due to the alternative medicine crowd advocating “health care freedom law”, he can continue to scam patients with his unproven, expensive, and possibly dangerous “treatments.” He was also sued for fraud for exploiting cancer patients and diagnosing nonexistent “heavy metal toxicity” in order to use chelation therapy on them. Moreover, he is the same person who “diagnosed” and “cured” Desiree Jennings, who falsely claimed the flu shot give her dystonia which magically goes away if she walks backwards.
  10. Harold E. Buttram – A member of the Association of American Physicians and Scientists (AAPS), which is an organization well-versed in global warming and HIV/AIDs denialism, who pioneered Shaken Baby Syndrome, a condition caused by physical trauma and is well-associated with child abuse, on vaccines.
  11. Rebecca Carley – A former MD who lost her license due to a mental disability which impairs her ability to practice medicine. Overall, I would say she is completely and utterly insane.
  12. Shiv Chopra – A Canadian microbiologist who was a former employee of Health Canada’s drug and safety board and was involved in a whistleblowing incident which involved him being pressured to approve animal drugs. After that bit died down, he shifted towards anti-vaccination and anti-GMO “activism”. He thinks swine flu, bird flu, and the 1918 flu epidemic are hoaxes. For instance, he doesn’t think the 1918 flu outbreak happened because he never heard of it and blames the deaths attributed to the epidemic on people overdosing on aspirin. In other words, he thinks millions of people died from internal bleeding from aspirin overdose rather than communicable diseases. I guess it should also be worth mentioning that he is not an expert in immunization and does not conduct scientific research in said subject matter.
  13. David Davis – This individual thinks “the disease of the dancing cats” (Minamata disease), which was caused by mercury poisoning, somehow proves vaccines cause autism. From here, he makes an unfounded claim that material from mattresses combines with the “toxins” from vaccines to magically cause all of the SIDS and autism. Vaccination is associated with the reducing the risk of SIDS in half and vaccines are not associated with autism. Also, he is wrong about VAERS and he apparently forgot adverse events are not linked to causality. Lastly, he is a proponent of chelation therapy as an autism “treatment,” which is unfounded.
  14. Richard Deth – A lone, maverick doctor who once tried to make a virtual wager that within the next 18-24 months scientific evidence will make the thimerosal-autism linked a near certainty. During the 2010 Dwyer decision, the Vaccine Court ruled Deth’s own research was unpublished, underpublicized, or mentioned for the first time during the Theory 2 general causation hearing. From there, they declared his work was poorly performed and scientifically implausible (pdf).
  15. Jayne Donegan – A general practitioner who turned her back on science-based medicine in order to promote homeopathy (see Note 2) and other medical quackery. She was tossed out of court as a “witness statement” for providing junk science.
  16. Mark Donohoe – An Australian physician who describes himself as into integrative medicine (see Note 4) and complementary medicine (which isn’t real medicine). He advises parents on vaccines, yet doesn’t provide vaccines at his clinic, despite his protestations that he is not “anti-vaccine.” He also buys into the Wind Farm Syndrome, a thoroughly debunked psychosomatic disorder of people who live near large wind turbines. It was determined that the Australian oil industry was being the astroturfing of this nocebo.
  17. Mayer Eisenstein – A doctor who was first to thought of administering Lupron, a chemical castration drug, to children as an autism “treatment. He was also involved in one of the largest U.S. wrongful death lawsuits awarded ($30 million) to a family in history. Despite his track record and due to his belief in the autism/vaccine myth, he noted, “every doctor now essentially in this country has done something as heinous as the Nazis did, unknowingly.”
  18. Michael Elice – He is an integrative physician (see Note 4) who uses chelation therapy as an autism “treatment”.
  19. Frank Engley – A retired microbiologist and a proponent of chelation therapy. He claims that thimerosal is dangerous at any concentration. That would be amazing considering there is a concentration in which even cyanide is not dangerous. He also used the material safety data sheet (MSDS), which refers to industrial quantities, to highlight the dangers of thimerosal in vaccines.
  20. Srinvasulu Gadugu – A homeopath (see Note 2) who wants India to use homeopathic prophylaxis, which he claims to have the same function as vaccines except there is no biological plausibility of efficacy because they are water, against Japanese Encephalitis (pdf) and argues that homeopathy can be used to treat acute traumatic brain injuries as an effective substitute for conventional, or actual, medicine.
  21. Boyd Haley – A retired chemist from the University of Kentucky who described children with autism as having M.A.D. child disease(Mercury Acquired Disease of Children Disease) and tried to sell industrial chelator as a dietary supplement. He was so hated by the people of the autistic community that they filed a petition against him.
  22. Suzanne Humphries – A nephrologist-turned-homeopath who lacks training in the fields of immunology and vaccines, objectified the Bible and Koran for her own agenda, and is a vitamins scam artist.
  23. Philip Incao – A germ theory denialist, who is also into HIV denialism (pdf). He was involved in giving a HIV positive toddler antibiotics in an area that he was not licensed to practice in, did not recommend the incredibly sick child to go to a hospital, and the child died the next morning.

Notes

  1. Chemtrails are water vapor.
  2. The practice of using water to cure everything under the sun.
  3. Functional medicine is bullshit.
  4. Integrative medicine is bullshit.

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